Tag Archives: the take-charge patient

Do Real Nurses and Doctors Care About Rock and Roll?

A personal preference no doubt, but if you do, you’ll want to check out  Patient Advocate and Musician, Martine Ehrenclou’s up and rising new website:  Rock and Roll Blues Muse!  I love all sorts of music and Martine posts reviews … Continue reading

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If I could plan my own death….there would be kittens….

By Jennifer Jonely, RN, MSN When I think of my own death, if I could plan it and have it just the way I wanted it, I would be in my 90’s, having just attended the wedding of my youngest … Continue reading

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Do You Remember Your First Patient Death?

The reason I’m asking is that over the last few weeks, Patient Advocate and Author, Martine Ehrenclou and I have launched a new blog duet, called Real Stories From the Streets of Healthcare and our first topic we discussed was … Continue reading

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